Furthur Live at Hard Rock Live on 2010-02-06
1. One More Saturday Night >
3. The Race Is On
4. It Must Have Been the Roses
5. When I Paint My Masterpiece
6. Reuben and Cherise
7. Deep Elum Blues
1. After Midnight
2. Next Time You See Me
4. Cryptical Envelopment >
5. Wharf Rat>
6. The Other One >
7. The Wheel >
8. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
9. And We Bid You Goodnight
1. Crowd > Donor Rap
2. US Blues
3. Touch of Gray
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|One More Saturday Night >|
|The Race Is On|
|It Must Have Been the Roses|
|When I Paint My Masterpiece|
|Reuben and Cherise|
|Deep Elum Blues|
|Next Time You See Me|
|Cryptical Envelopment >|
|Wharf Rat >|
|The Other One >|
|The Wheel >|
|Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad|
|And We Bid You Goodnight|
|Crowd > Donor Rap|
|Touch of Gray|
This is the real deal.
- 2010-02-07 12:20:15
- wav 4track > 2 (samplitude) > cdwaveditor > flac
- Orlando, FL
- Run time
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- Hard Rock Live
Subject: First Show & Birthday Show
Wow. I mean, it’s hard to describe the energy here in mere words. Any true Deadhead understands what I mean. It was my birthday and my first show, and the venue was small & packed, but it made it so much more personal. The first set was high energy and somewhat limited “exploration,” much like a lot of the Dead’s shows. It’s neither better nor worse, just different.
Like a lot of others have already said here, the second set is beyond worthy of a listen. Even if you weren’t there, you can’t mistake the energy here that those who never got to see Jerry could only dream of. The After Midnight starts it off just right. The Cryptical>Wharf Rat>Other One can transport me to that special place any day no matter what. The crowd signing on Wharf Rat, and the shared feeling amongst everyone in that room that the music had never stopped, is a memory that I will cherish forever. I recall the lights being turned on during We Bid You Goodnight and some tearful eyes in the room. The female vocals really add to the beauty here, and this was when Zoe was also with them.
I will be forever grateful for this show in helping to steer me towards the Furthur bus, and I am on it for life...
Phil can't sing worth beans, let's face it. But I really love hearing him sing anyways. I think anyone who, back in the day, asked for Phil to sing wasn't under any major illusions of vocal greatness....but the man has charisma, soul, charm, and definitely pours his heart into his vocals. Try that '93 Autzen Broken Arrow. And let's not forget - in the early '70s until he blew his voice out he was the one on the high harmony there for a while - try any '71 Ramble on Rose. Yep, that's Phil.
Subject: Phil Sings
Subject: You're missing the point....
Subject: My Birthday Show Too
Subject: Didn't think Miami could be topped but....
Subject: i agree with some-
bobby at least has competent vocals and lots of passion (SOTM comes to mind) to carry a song
phil just takes a great song and makes it not so great-
just my opinion and i love phil-
Subject: AFTER MIDNIGHT!!!
Subject: Tight Show
Set One: Shakedown Street > I Need a Miracle, Till the Morning Comes, Memphis Blues, Dire Wolf, Picasso Moon, Big Railroad Blues, Two Djinn
Set Two: Scarlet > West LA Fadeaway, Mason's Children, Dark Star > Mr Fantasy > Kings Solomon's Marbles, Days Between, Viola Lee Blues > Dark Star > Goin Down the Road Feelin Bad
Encore: Donor Rap, And We Bid You Goodnight
Subject: Gonna be a special tour
These guys sound so rehearsed and tight.. More so than most of "Dead tour" from spring...Listening to one more saturday night I'm already smiling ear to ear.. Phil is going off. Roses is beautiful, reuben cherise and deep elem? yes, please!.. Unlike Miami, the first set lacks exploration, but it is incredibly tight.
A few of you are confused. They're playing "The Race is on." In Miami they played "On the road again"
After Midnight? WOW. who's idea was this? John's? He's just killing it.. Peak after peak. Shame on whoever says they're not doing it anything new...Fabulous interplay with Chimenti! Backup vocals are great on the "What it's all about!" part. I thought that backup female vocals was the 1 thing missing from the dead in 09....Wharf rat is gorgeous. Nice Philling and the crowd singing along, you can really feel the energy.
Haven't made it to this venue yet, but all i ever hear is how shitty security is... February in Florida, why not the outdoors? Something at disney? Spun heads in tie dyes, mickey and goofy costumes on the rides with families and small children? Priceless!
scarlet- I agree in one aspect. Bobby shouldn't be singing a FEW tunes.. like loose lucy, morning dew. But he has every right to sing any song he wants. especially ones that he's had such a big impact in molding, from their creation, for the past 45 years... Just play bass and sing backup? Do you know how demeaning that sounds? Im not saying that was your intention, but that's how it came across to me. Be grateful. I don't mean to sound like a dick, but you kind of come off as a 17 year old who just got into this band...are you aware of how important phil has been to this band since '65? Phil and Peter Rowan are the godfathers of this americana improvising folk music, today. He should be singing some choice lyrics here and there... and His bass is about the best thing going.
Subject: I AGREE
Subject: Nice sound
Subject: I'm speechless!
Subject: Saaaaaaaaawwweeeeeeeeet !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jerome is smiling !!!!! :)
Subject: WOW !
But This Music. This Is Somthing Else. Im Currently on After Midnight and I couldnt Wait to Finish To Write My Review. This is OUTSTANDING! I cannot wait to see them up north!
Subject: Another Great Recording!
Second set didn't disappoint. Just a well played high energy, party-filled set on a Saturday night at the Hard Rock!
Further has no where to go but to Furthur Fest. See the small venue shows before Summer rolls around!
Subject: Electric Deep Elum
This is only the second electric Deep Elum I've heard or could find. The first , and one of my top ten favorite dead songs of all times being 3/9/81, one of the coolest songs of all times, posted, of course, here at the archive. Cheers to you Marcus.
Subject: Great Show
Subject: good song rotation in the setlist
Subject: Better than Miami and that is saying something
1st set highlights: Masterpiece, Deep Elum > Deal
2nd set hightlights: The whole thing
Subject: Best Yet?
I must agree.
Subject: The long strange trip continues
Subject: Thanks for the quick upload
Re: Sunshine; Kesey's Sunshine was born in 66. This Sunshine graduated from an East Bay highschool in 90. So while it would be fitting for an offspring from the bus to be on stage with Furthur I do not believe that is the case. Regardless; the back-up vocals add a nice touch and do not hurt your ears like Donna did.
Subject: JK steps up
Subject: 'Thank You, For a Real Good Time.'
I do want to know, seems like some other dude was playing keys for the 1st set, instead of Jeff..but Jeff showed up for 2nd Set...
Anybody know who that dude was??? He was grate, Jeff smoked too on the 2nd Set!!!
Wow!!! Thanks again, still doing it after all these years!!! Unbelievable!!!
Subject: Blues for Allah?
I guess it's for that reason, plus the history of the venue, that the band stepped into a very bluesy space. The night had a prominent mid-'90s vibe to it, or so it seemed to me. The first set brought out a magnificent Bertha, as well as a frenetic Deal and Reuben and Cherise. The band clearly felt the energy of the room, and the slow build-up of the first set reflected that--the air was that of a bunch of old friends playing one for old time's sake. Remarkable for a band that's only existed for a few months!
It wasn't until the second half of set 2 that they really began to open it up and give us that Furthur magic we've come to expect. From Cryptical on down to the end we have an incredible bevy of jams. The Wharf Rat > Other One in particular took the room into the stratosphere; I'm sure I'll remember the audience-led climax of Wharf Rat for a long time to come as one of the most powerful emotional experiences I've had at a show. The Other One, as always, left a smoking crater of our minds, one which only deepened as the show reached its conclusion. A long and heartfelt We Bid You Goodnight closed it out, making us feel as though we would be leaving something one-of-a-kind, which happens rarely and without warning. After the Touch of Grey encore, there was a sense that things were in balance, that everything was, to use the simple cliche, right.
This was not the best show Furthur have ever done (9/20 and 12/13, for the record). The first set featured a couple of my least favorite Dead tunes, and I've never felt Althea had the power to be a second-set piece. Still, it was well worth my time, and I hope the band keeps on keepin' on in 2010 and beyond.
Also of note: the mics cut out early in set 1, and Bobby and Phil chatted animatedly to the audience--through the mics, of course. Oh, those guys.
Note that the Filenames for the songs start with 2009-02-06; while the the folder name is 2010-02-06.
Sunshine Garcia Becker is not related to Jerry in any way - last name is a coincidence.
Subject: Thankyou For A real Good Time!
Subject: Amazing 2nd Set
The 2nd Set was on fire! Althea blew the place up,
and The Other One was simply unreal.
Subject: Some text corrections?
Touch of Grey
Thanks for the upload and for sharing!
Subject: back up singers
Subject: Back Up Singers and Wrong Song Title
Subject: Backup Singers
Just started listening so I won't rate it but last night's show was pretty good. Thanks for the timely uploads and very good sounding recordings!
and thanks for the quick and tasty UL marcus. sounds good. should have some tasty seats for asheville if you need a spot. may put up a pole myself.
Subject: THE ONE IVE BEEN WAITING FOR !!!
By the way thanks so much for putting these up so fast
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